High quality catamarans and trimarans. Multihulls are now one of the fastest growing segments of the sailing ship market. They circled the globe at record speeds and quickly become family cruise boats when they learn of their many other benefits. Including sailing, unsurpassed stability, deck space, unsinkability, low draft, comfort and just the pleasure of sailing on a fast and guided cruise yacht.
Corsair Marine was founded in 1984 by John Walton, the son of Sam Walton, founder of the retail giant Wal Mart. The shipyard from San Diego was engaged in the construction of sailing trimarans. Her first model was the Corsair F-27, developed by Ian Farrier.
The uniqueness of the vessel consisted of a folding structure: the floats and mast were pressed to the hull, which made it possible to reduce the dimensions and transport the multihull on a trailer on public roads.
In 2010, the shipyard was bought by the largest Australian catamaran manufacturer Seawind, which contributed to a significant strengthening of the brand in the market.
In 2006, Corsair moved its headquarters and production to Vietnam, and all key employees moved here. New factory with an area of 8500 sq.m. was built in Ho Chi Minh city. There are three production facilities and an office building with a head office.
Folding floats are all the advantages of a multihull combined with the merits of a regular yacht. When folded, the boat will take the place of a regular classmate and will not have to overpay for parking in the marina. It is also worth noting that Corsair sailboats are in strong competition with European brands, both in price and quality, as evidenced by the many international awards that the company receives constantly.